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Barbara Ann Feindel

1943-2021

Barbara Ann Feindel
Barbara Ann Feindel, 78, of Martins Point, passed away June 1st 2021, with family by her side, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater.

Barbara was a devoted wife, mother, sister, grandmother and friend to many. She was a daughter of the late Theodore and Dorothy (Hiltz) Rafuse. Wife to the late Everette Clyde Feindel. Mother to Derrick (Roxanne) and Wade Feindel. Sister to Judy (Wellesley “Bub”) Eisnor, Wayne (Wendy) Rafuse and Don (Judy) Rafuse. Grandmother to Danielle (Chris) Feindel, Tara Feindel. Great Grandmother to Mya Ann Feindel.

Barbara had many passions in life but her biggest loves were her family, grand and great grandchildren, weekends at her camp and making wreaths at Christmas time.

She will be dearly remembered and greatly missed.

A service will be held at a later date. Family flowers only at time of service.

Memorial donations may be made to The Rose Fund or a charity of choice.

Special thank you to Dr. Chaisson and the staff at South Shore Regional Hospital and to family friend, Gary Tarbox, for the support given to Barbara.



Please be advised, the office of Mahone Funeral Home is not able to receive memorial donation funds at this time due to COVID-19. Please inform the Family of your memorial contribution through our website. Your memorial donation payment may then be sent directly to a requested charity or charity of your choice.

The Rose Fund
c/o The Health Services Foundation of the South Shore
P.O. Box 492
Bridgewater, NS
B4V 2X6
Tel:902-543-8065


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